Riki Stollar

Visual Arts

Riki Stollar

Riki Stollar is a multidisciplinary artist who grew up in Kiryat Haim, Haifa.

She explores national ceremonies, memory, and belonging through video, drawing, and installation while raising questions about the relationship between an individual to a group. Reflecting on everyday actions and objects from the Israeli culture, like the flag, applause, and fire shows, Stollar explores the human need for belonging and the mechanisms that shape identity.

She is studying for an M.A. Artistic Research at the Royal Academy of Art, The Hague, holds a B.Ed.F.A from the Kibbutzim Seminar (2020) and participated in the Rothschild Center professional program (2021).

Stollar has participated in group exhibitions and projects in venues such as the NEST Gallery in The Hague, Binyamin Gallery in Tel Aviv, ArtSpace Gallery in Tel Aviv, The White House Gallery in Kibbutz Nir-Oz, Rothschild Center in Tel Aviv, Illustration Week in Tel Aviv, a donation exhibition for Ukraine, and the Bush Collective magazine.